The immediate comfort of these shoes is amazing! No break-in necessary. They have a great insole that is very cushy. I need arch support and these got it! I also need covered-toe shoes that breathe well or my feet become overheated very easily, even without socks, and these have the much-needed ventilation with the flower cut-outs and because they don't completely cover the tops of my feet with solid leather. I am usually anywhere from a size 9 to 10, depending on brand and style, and have a C to D - width foot and the width is excellent but they run big in length and I had to get an 8.5 in these which fit like they were custom-made for my foot! To top it off, they look GREAT with my favorite attire; JEANS!! A very cute and super-comfy shoe that I highly recommend for anyone on their feet alot.
I wear these for work at school, very comfortable.
Klogs makes extra–comfortable shoes for the home, garden, or professional environment. Fans of Klogs include hospital workers, postal service employees, orthotic wearers, chefs, and teachers. The footbed is made to be comfortable out of the box, featuring a molded contour toe grip to increase stability.
Choose polyurethane or leather Klogs. Both feature oil– and slip–resistant, non–marking polyurethane soles that exceed the standards set forth by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Every Klogs style is designed with a deep heel cup and a removable footbed to accommodate custom orthotics and arch-support inserts. The leather styles offer a wider toe box for a natural, barefoot feel. The polyurethane styles are created to stay bright ten times longer than the competition.
Klogs styles include open– and closed–back clogs for men and women, mary janes, sporty sneakers, loafers, and oxfords.
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